Students at Littlewick Arts showed off their masterpieces at a special 10th anniversary exhibition.
Staring on Saturday, the two-day exhibition at the Gilchrist Thomas Village Hall, featured a variety of artworks including a original paintings and wood turning.
A selection of ceramics was also on show from the Evreham Adult Learning Centre, in Iver.
The exhibition was celebrating the 10th anniversary of the art group which meets up to four times a week at the hall in Gilchrist Way.
Money was being raised for charity Cancer Research UK with the group having raised up to £300 from previous exhibitions.
Tutor of the art club Ursula Sykes, said: "It is very hard work but I think it is worthwhile because it shows off what people can do and it gives them a chance to sell their paintings."
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